JERRY JEFF WALKER - NEW YORK 1969

January 7, 2018 – 2:15 pm

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JERRY JEFF WALKER
with David Bromberg
New York 1969 [no label, 2CD]

WBAI Studios, New York, NY, 1969. Very good soundboard.

Thanks to Mudshark for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Lineage:
FM > multi gen cass > cdwav > cd > EAC > flac frontend flac level 8


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Disc 1
Track 101. Ramblin Scramblin 4:28
Track 102. Driftin Way Of Life 3:33
Track 103. Fading Lady 4:57
Track 104. Gypsy Songman 2:44
105. A Letter Sung to Friends - Omitted*
Track 106. Skies Of My Childhood 5:52
Track 107. My Old Man 4:49
Track 108. My Old Man 5:18
Track 109. About Her Eyes 5:15
Track 110. Fading Lady 3:06
Track 111. Janet Says 4:10
45 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Love For Others 4:08
Track 202. False Starts & Banter 1:32
Track 203. Let It Ride 4:26
Track 204. I Make The Money 2:41
Track 205. Instrumental 2:44
Track 206. Round & Round 3:59
207. Dead Men Got No Dreams  - Omitted*
Track 208. Folsom Prison Blues 4:36
Track 209. I Make The Money 2:29
Track 210. Gyspy Songman 2:16
Track 211. My Old Man 5:21
Track 212. Guitar Talkin Blues 3:40
Track 213. Mr Bojangles [reinstated]
38 mins

* Officially released on Five Years Gone.

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  1. 7 Responses to “JERRY JEFF WALKER - NEW YORK 1969”

  2. I realize that this may not be the best place to leave this comment but it’s now been over three months and counting since we lost Tom Petty . Been listening to a lot of TP since he left us even discovering many obscure songs and deep cuts that I never really paid much attention to when he was alive . Songs like Free girl now . The Wild one , looks like I’ve been fooled again (don’t like it ) runaway trains and many more , all great gems , one of the best songs he ever wrote and recording though was Dogs on the run from southern accents . The song would make Dylan envious. Lyrically complex and spell bounding. Whether Tom performs it in fast rock fashion or slow acoustical as he did often live it will make you realize what a great singer/songwriter/ performers Tom was . Of all the greats we have lost the last few years . This one continues to sting the worst. (At least for me . Miss you Tom RIP

    By Bill on Jan 7, 2018

  3. Thank you ! Good to see Jerry ” Warble ” Jeff Walker on your site ! Year 1978 there was in Finland a music- magazine named Musa, in there was country-writer , Named Ori Mattila ( a city which name it is -Orimattila) Stallion Matthew ! Ha ha ha ! He called Jerry Jeff Warble, because Jerry Jeff bought a village, population 3 people, recorded live-record there !

    By Artio Parviainen on Jan 7, 2018

  4. Thank you Mudshark and BigO for this! I heard the Original Broadcast back in 1969. David Bromberg’s Lead Guitar Work was Phenomenal. I’ve seen references to this over the Decades but this is the First Download. Thanks again!

    By Britinvdon on Jan 7, 2018

  5. While wandering the web looking for the actual broadcast date (no luck yet!) I found the the version of Bojangles on Five Years gone came from a 1967 appearance on WBAI, not this one. There were no references to Dead Men Got No Dreams coming from a radio broadcast so that one may be clean as well, but the evidence is stronger for Bojangles.

    FWIW. As always thanks for the great music, especially the stuff off the beaten track.

    By drkrick on Jan 8, 2018

  6. Hello drkrick

    Thanks for the feedback. Have reinstated Mr Bojangles.

    By bigozine2 on Jan 9, 2018

  7. 111 Janet Says is actually few seconds of Van Morrison !

    By Arto Parviainen on Jan 9, 2018

  8. REINSTATE “Letter Sung To Friends”. NOW!

    By Yummy on Jan 17, 2018

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